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Michael Bublé Says He Believes Live Music Will Eventually Return to Normal — Here's Why

Rebelander Basilan
Jan 24, 2021
02:20 P.M.
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In an interview recently, Michael Bublé, who gained a worldwide audience with his 2005 album "It's Time," talked about music's future after the novel Coronavirus pandemic.

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Michael Bublé assured that artists would take to the stage once again to resume normal life as soon as it was safe to do so. The Canadian crooner told Yahoo! Finance:

"There's as great or greater hunger for music than there's ever been."

Michael Buble on August 24, 2016, in New York City. | Photo: Getty Images

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The singer added that music always brings people together, and it will continue to do so in uncertain times. He then put forth that he believes things will return to normal, regardless of what normal is.

Bublé revealed he enjoys spending quality time with his family despite the pandemic. He added that people would unite once they have access to the COVID-19 vaccination.

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When Bublé was a teenager, he won a local talent contest, but he was disqualified because he was underage. Instead, he entered the Canadian Youth Talent Search, where he won.

Bublé continued to perform wherever he could for the next seven years. He also appeared in "Death Game" in 1996 and in "The X-Files" as a submarine crew member.

Bublé is very private when it comes to his family life.

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In 1997, he appeared on a Canadian talk show as a guest and performer. Then came a chance encounter with Michael McSweeney, former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney's aide, at a party.

McSweeney was so impressed he asked Bublé for a copy of his album. Then he showed it to Mulroney and his wife, who were so delighted they asked Bublé to sing at their daughter's wedding.

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David Foster, a record executive and producer, attended the wedding. Foster was not sure how to market Bublé's jazz sound and was initially reluctant to sign him.

However, once Bublé moved to Los Angeles and raised $500,000 for production, Foster softened. That's how Bublé's self-titled major-label debut album came to be.

In addition to being a successful musician, Bublé is also a responsible husband to his wife Luisana Lopilato and a doting father to his children, Noah, Elias, and Vida.

Bublé is very private when it comes to his family life, but fans were thrilled recently when he shared a rare family photo on social media. The hitmaker posted the snap as a birthday tribute to his wife.

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